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2018 Volkswagen Beetle

For 2018, every new Volkswagen Beetle gets a larger and more powerful 174-horsepower 2.0-liter turbocharged engine that also improves the VW’s fuel economy. Also new is the Coast trim level, which gets a surfboard-inspired wood-look dash pad, and a longer warranty that covers every new Volkswagen for six years or 72,000 miles. The Beetle R-Line has been discontinued.

2017 Volkswagen Beetle

A year after the higher-riding Baja Bug-inspired Beetle Dune coupe debuted, a convertible version arrives for 2017. The limited-edition #PinkBeetle, meanwhile, is a rolling statement of pizazz. Across the 2017 Beetle lineup, only automatic transmissions are now offered.

About Volkswagen Beetle

Available as a coupe or convertible, the turbocharged 2018 Volkswagen Beetle is all about affordable fun. With a new more powerful and fuel-efficient engine, along with its iconic and timeless shape, the new VW Beetle perfectly blends a retro vibe with modern style, safety and features. The desirable combination makes it a standout against a small pack of rivals including the Mini Cooper and the Fiat 500. The 2018 Volkswagen Beetle is available in four trim levels; S, Coast, SE and Dune, with prices starting just over $21,000 for a Beetle S coupe. A Beetle S convertible costs about $5,000 more. All new Beetles are front-wheel drive, come with a standard 6-speed automatic transmission and they’re powered by a new 2.0-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder engine that makes 174 horsepower, which is strong for its class.

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